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Old 05-24-03, 01:58 PM   #1
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Disc brake users Look at this.

Take a look at this article. Probably the best upgrade you can get for any major disc brake (hydro). I am stunned and very soon i ll order one for my front cable.

http://reviews.southerndownhill.com/html/goodridge.html
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Interesting. You will have to post a review
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I will...as soon as i get them as well as my new Z1dropoff
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Looks pretty cool. If and when I replace my lines, I'll look into those.

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I have Goodridge lines on my Subaru, made a huge difference brake feel.
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Old 05-25-03, 09:54 AM   #6
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what subaru? impreza?
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i dont know what kind of lines i have on my imprezza, but they better be good for the price i paid! and oh ya those lines look cool! they should come out with a Field repair splicer!
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do they upgrade your mechanical disks to hydro?im confused
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No. They are for hydros that do not already have steel braided lines. They also make a kevlar line but I would not use it on anything off-road.

Grimeca has always has steel braided lines and I upgraded my Hopes as soon as I got them. Dual front lines, single in the rear and banjobolts with bleader caps at both ends. I do not use the Goodrich though. We have a local shop that makes there own lines.

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